Solar is booming all across New England. With favorable solar incentives and a customer appetite for reducing energy costs, states like Connecticut are quickly becoming solar hotspots. In northern Connecticut, particularly in the South Windsor area, a boom of development has attracted the attention of solar companies across the region. Large commercial and industrial spaces are playing host to large-scale solar projects. SolBid, Inc. has been at the forefront of this wave of solar development, designing and procuring some of the most notable solar projects in the area.
Connecticut's premier bowling entertainment center located in South Windsor. This bowling and lounge has everything you need to have a good time.
Revolutions Bowling & Lounge in South Windsor, CT was fitted with a 176.4kW ballasted rooftop system. The system is composed of almost 500 Axitec solar modules and is equipped with SolarEdge inverters. The modules are racked using Ecolibrium Solar racking and are monitored by eGauge. The system is capable of producing 211,858kWh annually.
Nomads Adventure Quest is New England's Largest Indoor Family Entertainment Center. With over 80 Arcade Games, Laser Tag, Rock Climbing, Black Light Mini Golf, Bumper Cars, Spinning Teacups, Basketball Courts, Red's Cafe, Billiard Tables, Banquet Facility.
Nomads Adventure Quest in South Windsor, CT was fitted with a 315kW ballasted rooftop system. The system is composed of over 870 Axitec solar modules and is equipped with SolarEdge inverters. The modules are racked using Ecolibrium Solar racking and are monitored by eGauge. The system is capable of producing 393,587kWh annually.
The Nuway Tobacco Company in South Windsor, CT added a 988.56kW ground mounted solar system to their facility. The system is composed of 2,746 Axitec solar modules and is racked using a RBI Solar GM-2 racking system. The system also features SolarEdge inverters, is monitored by eGauge, and is capable of producing 1,281,354kWh annually